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COURT WILL RULE
ON JURY TRIALS
Appeals Tribunal to Decide
Whether Defendant May
Demand Talesmen.
Whether jury trials may be demanded
Jn any Police Court cases will be decided
by the Court of Appeals of the District
of Columbia. The higher court yester
day agreed to hear a case Involving this
point when Chief Justice Martin
granted a writ of error in a Police Court
case. The case bringing the point to a
locus is that of William H. Colts vs.
The District of Columbia.
Attorney William B. O’Connell, ap
pearing for Colts in the appelate tri
bunal. advised the court that his client
was accused of reckless driving on July
19 last on O street southeast. An in
formation was tiled against him on the
day following, the court is informed,
and on August 6 the case came up
before Judge McMahon in the District
branch of Police Court.
Says Trial Was Refused.
Counsel recites that his client pleaded
not guilty and requested the court to
grant him a jury trial, which was re
fused. Noting an exception to this rul
ing, Colts was tried before the judge
alone, and upon being found guilty was
sentenced to a 30-day jail term.
In his brief filed in the Court of Ap
peals O'Connell argues that the act of
March 3, 1925, amended July 3. 1926,
provided that trial may be had before a
judge alone, except in cases where the
fine or penalty may be more than S3OO
or imprisonment more than 90 days.
The accused may demand a jury trial,
the court is informed, under Section 2,
Article 3. of the Constitution of the
United States. The right of trial in all
crimes, except cases of imprisonment,
shall be by a jury, and so much of the
act of Congress as attempts to deny to
the defendant this constitutional right
is unconstitutional and void. Counsel
sets out that the defendant did not
waive a jury trial, but, on the other
hand, demanded a jury trial in Police
Court.
Asks Conviction Be Set Aside.
Colts asks the court to set his con
viction aside and that he be granted a
trial by jury.
Objections to the arguments of the
appellant were filed by William W.
Bride, corporation counsel for the Dis
trict, and his assistant, Chester Gray.
They contend that Colts is not entitled
to a jury trial under the Constitution
nor under Section 44 of the District of
Columbia Code.
THREE RESCUED ALIVE
FROM MINE IN IDAHO
Barricade of Imprisoned Men
Beached by Heroic Crew Dashing
Through Flames and Smoke.
Ey the Associated Press.
WALLACE, loaho, September 20.
Three miners trapped in a tunnel of
the “Terrible Edith” mine at Murray
since yesterday morning w’ere rescued
alive last night by a crew' of men from
the Hecla mine, who plunged through
flames at the mine portal and groped
through swirling smoke until they
reached the barricade behind which
the imprisoned men crouched.
DOUKHOBORS DEFEAT
COMPULSORY TRAINING
Saskatchewan Official Abolishes
School Measure in Favor of
Nude Paraders’ Cult.
By the Associated Press.
PRINCE ALBERTA. Saskatchewan,
September 20.—The Doukhobors, 59 of
whom were jailed for staging a nude
parade near Canora. have won their
fight against compulsory military train
ing in the schools.
A radio dispatch from Waskeskieu
Lake. Prince Albert National Park, yes
terday said J. A. Merkley, minister of
labor and* industries In the new' Sas
katchewan cabinet, announced that the
government had agreed to abolish this
part of physical training as a com
pulsory measure, and the Doukhobors
would be allowed their freedom shortly
on agreement to live as lawful citizens.
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National—" The Front Page,” melo
dramatic farce, at 8:20 p.m.
Belasco—“Candle Light,” with Ger-
I trude Lawrence, at 8:30 p.m.
Gayety "Huddling Kuties,” bur
i lesque, at 2 15 and 8:15 p.m.
Poli*!i—“Jango,” Jungle film, 2:30 and
8:30 p.m.
Earle—“ Fast Life.” at 11:20 a.m.,
1:25, 3:30, 5:25, 7:30 and 9:40 p.m.
Palace—“ The Unholy Night,” at 11:45
a.m., 2:25, 5, 7:25 and 9:50 p.m.
Fox—“ Four Devils,” with Janet Gay
nor, 11:55r a.m., 2:30, 4:55, 7:45 and
10:10 p.m.
Rialto —“College Love,” at 11:50 a.m.,
1:50, 3 50, 5:40, 7:40 and 9:40 p.m.
Metropolitan-“ Say It With Songs.”
with A1 Jolson. second week, at 10:30
a.m., 12:15, 2:05, 3:55, 5:45, 7:35 and
9:25 p.m.
Columbia —“The Mysterious Dr. Fu
Manchu,” with Warner Oland. second
week, at 11 a.m., 1:05, 3:20, 5:30, 7:40
and 9:50 p.m.
Little Theater “The Constant
Nymph,” time not given.
Ambassador—" Honky Tonk,” at
8 and 9:50 p.m.
Tivoli—“The Man and the Moment,"
at 2:30, 4:15, 6:05, 7:50 and 9:40 p.m.
Central —“Broadway Babies,” contin
uous from 11 a.m, to 11 p.m.
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AMUSEMENTS.
I NATIONAL I Toniikl .1 8:20 I
II tat. Mat.. 50* to 50c to $2.50 I
Thr Uproarious Newspaper Farce.
Mnmrm
I A Jed Harris Production—Original Cast!
B Exactly as Presented all Last Reason at|
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MUSICAL REVUE EVER PRESENTED
TONITK |«SHI'OEBTjk SAT.
at 8:30 KrilOpll at 2:30
30c to $3 ULLnoUU 50c to $2
Mgmt. Messrs. Rhuliert
GILBERT MII.I.ICK, Presrnta
GERTRUDE LAWRENCE
In tlie London Comedy Surceaa
CANDLE-LIGHT
By Siegfried Geyer
Adapted by P. G. tVodelinuce
NEXT MON.—SEATS TODAY
SAM H. HARR'S Presents
PKIOR TO ITS X. Y. OPENING
“JUNE MOON”
A New Piny Ily
RING LARDNER AND
GEORGE S. KAUFMAN
With An Exceptionally Fine Cast
Including
Norman Poster Undo Watkina
Lee Patrick Marry Rosenthal
Jean Dixon prank Otto
I
I POU’S ~ I
EDWARD QUIGLEY Present.
The Greatest African Jungle
Motion Picture Ever Made!
MNCO
Eves.. Rile. SI. 51.50 s Dally Mats.. ROc.
lit. Sis Children. Mats., 25c k 50c
BEG MON.—SEATS NOW
AFTER A REASON AT THE EMPIRE
THEATER. NEW YORK
GILBERT MILLER Fresenta
KATHARINE
CORNELL
In
The Age of Innocence
Dramatization of EDITH WHARTON'S
Novel by MARGARET AYER BARNES
With Arnold Korff
And a Distinguished Cast.
Errs.. ROc to 53.00 s Thurs. Mat.. KOe to
*1.50; Saturday Mat.. 50e to 12.00.
C*""“Toew*s II
OLUMBIA
F ST. at 12th—Coni. from 10:45
STARTING SATURDAY
GLORIOUS! Glamourous! Bril
liant with life and love!
Gorgeous scenes In Teehnl
..... i. .1,.... 1,,,
Jfoa Haven’t Seen
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Until you’ve geen
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sreaklng show-life
romance! The
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“Burlesoue!”
LANCE .
OF LIFE
[Qmanuat] »itn
\9icamJ . UAL SKEILY •
HAHCY CARROLL
LAST TIMES THE MYSTERIOUS
TODAY DR. FU MAXCHU
TAITAMA 4th and Butternut Bts.
I AMJIIIA No Parking Troublea
H. B. WARNER & RUTH CHATTERTON
“The Doctor’s Secret”
lOO'.i Talking.
TOMORROW RICHARD ARLEN and
MARY BRIAN in "THE MAN I LOVE"
and TOM MIX in "KING COWBOY. ’
Mat. at I:ls—Added for mat. only.
Chapt, 3. THE PIRATE OF PANAMA.
pinni r tin Pa. Are. Ph. W. SSI
IIKLLE MYRNA LOY, WM.
COLLIER. JR, JOHN MIL JAN.
GLADYS BROCKWELL, "HARD
BOILED ROSE "
QTANTftW 4th and C Sts. N.E.
dIAPUUN "JUST OFF BROAD
WAY." With ANN CHRIBTY and
DONALD KEITH. "THE FATAL
WARNING." No. 9.
PADHI INA HtK AN. C. Are. B.E.
LAKULINA "THREE WEEK
ENDS.” with CLARA BOW - NEIL
HAMILTON.
VDINfCCC 1119 H SL N.E.
rKiniUj REGINALD DENNY in
"CLEAR THE DECKS.”
Comedy A News.
I IKED TV 1410 N. Capitol St.
UDLKI I RALPH GRAVES in
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DUMBARTON liCaSdO 0 CCMITTZ ‘ I
and ALMA BENNETT in "NEW
ORLEANB.” Talking. Sound short,
"ELIGIBLE MR, BANG." '
TRIIYTAN N - Cap. St. * Fla. Are.
IIUUAIUN LYTELL & OLMSTEAD
in "THE LONE WOLF'S DAUGHTER."
Matnee Saturday. 2:30 P.M.
DIAIMONn ALEXANDRIA. VA.
KIWrIITIUIILI CHARLES ROGERS in
“RIVER OF ROMANCE.” All-talking
romantic Comedy-Drama.
DCTUCCn A BETHESDA. MD.
DC. 1 HtiM/A RICHARD BARTHEL-
MESS in "WEARY RIVER." '
7 DANCING.
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1127 10th st. n.w. Classes Mon.. Fri., 8 to 11
p.m.. with orchestra. Private lessons by ap
polntment. Fr. 8567. Established 1900. *
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Single lesson. SI; six. SS. Classes start
Sept. 20. 1638 19th n~w. Pot. 318.
PEMBERTON STUDIO ~OF DANCE
All Styles Stage-Ballroom Dancing
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Class Tuts. eve.. 8 to 11. Fox Trots, Hop,
Waltz. Tango and season's new dances. 22«
EARLE SCHOOL OF DANCING
(Next door to Earle Theater)
CLASS DANCE FRIDAY Evening
8:30 to 10:30 P.M.
You Are Welcome
Ballroom dancing taught correctly,
also private lessons by appointment.
Peggy O’Brien, Manager.
COME HERE
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AMUSEMENTS. AMUSEMENTS.
j AT THE FOX BEGINNING TOMORROW |
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** Sensational FAX CHOIS dk MARCO Idea
wVMr J FAXTASMA
VIVIAN DAY wrt* MAT GIBBONS
FRANK WARDE DON CARROLL
M RED CORCORAN ELAINE DRUMMOND
The STXKIST BEAUTIES
fAW I JOHX Irving FISHER
«R RJR % FOX MOVIETONE NEWS
;F .STREET and 14-fcAi LEO A' Mtr.SILOFF « J
end His FOX JAZZMANIANS
I jJir JANET CAYNOR in “4 DEVUS'’ |
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PeaT sensational testimony
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STARTING DIAITA NINTH
SATURDAY RIAL I U at GEE
LAST Times Today “COLLEGE LOVE”
5 DE LUXE SHOWS SATUROAY 5
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STARTING SATURDAY
A PARAMOUNT
ALL TALKING-
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Adapted from the Broadway stage success
a 1 STAGE
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A GREAT FILM!
“THE CONSTANT NYMPH“
From the Novel by Margaret Kennedy
Directed by Basil Dean
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GAVETV THEATER I
Twice Dalle. 8:111. 8:15.
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AMUSEMENTS.
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PUBLIC LECTURE—LESSON
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Tonight, Friday, 8:15 Sharp
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LAST! AL JOLSON IN
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DAY* “FAST LIFE”
AMBASSADOR c , *Sa *SV COLONY <“ “*• * “•
TODAY SOPHIE TUCKER in TODAY—BETTY COMPSON AND
HONKY TONK" <100"r ALL- GRANT WITHERS in ' THE TIME.
TALKING AND 3INOINO PIC- THE PLACE AND THE GIRL”
TURE). MACK BENNETT COM- <100'; ALL-TALKING PICTURE).
EDY. MACK BENNETT COMEDY.
APOLLO 6,4 HsuN E ’ HOME 1530 cst NE -
T< ? wa^HPRNirrK® Y ?A ‘“talking TODAY—MARY ASTOR in ‘ THE
LE/tTHEtftNECK (A TALKING WOMAN FROM HELL ”
“AVENUE GRAND A 6 /, 5 SAVOY >« h «-w.
TODAY—SPECIAL CAST In “THE TODAY"—VIOLA DANA AND REX
BTRANGE CASE OF CAPTAIN LEASE in “TWO SISTERS."
RAMPKR ** ■ ■■
"CENTRAL >th Bt ~ Btt D >nd E TIVOLI 14th * p * rk Rd Nw *
TODAY—ALICE WHITE in "BROAD- T DOVE AND ROD
WAY BABIES” <100"- ALL- LAROCQUEin THE MAN AND
TALKING. SINGING AND DANC- J™ MOMENT (A TALKING
INO PICTURE). FICTURtL
AVAI ON Conn. Ave. and VHDV G »- Ave. At Quebec St. N.W.
AVALUn McKinley St. D. C. IURh
TODAY—CHESTER CONKLIN AND i TODAY WM. BOYD in "THE
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INO PICTURE). 1 EDY.
District of Columbia. Virginia.
THE EARLE—Thirteenth and E AMERICAN—Roanoke, Va.
streets northwest. JEFFERSON—Charlottesville, Va.
RIALTO—Ninth near G northwest NEWPORT—NorfoIk, Va.
AMBASSADOR— Eighteenth and Co- RlALTO—Danville, Va.
hunbia road northwest. COLONlAL—Winchester, Va.
APOLLO—M 4 R street northeast STRAND—Staunton, Va.
AVENUE GRAND—64S Pennsylvania BROADWAY Danville, Va.
avenue southeast NEW—Lexington, Va.
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COLONY— Georgia avenns and Far- VlßGlNlA—Harrisonburg, Va.
ragut street. REGAL—Urbanna, Va.
HOME—I*3O C atreet northeast TOWN HALL—Tappahannock. Va.
TlVOLl—Fourteenth and Park road WElSS—Emporia, Va.
northwest. STRAND—Roanoke. Va.
YORK—Georgia avenue and Quebec AUDITORIUM—Onancock, Va.
atreet northwest v?tt7 rh.<i,.m
REPUBLIC-1343 You atreet north- BEDFORD—Bedford, Va.
wcit,
BOTETOURT—Fincastle, Va.
STANTON—SIS C street northeast EMPIRE—SaxIs, Va.
HAPPYLAND—IO2O Seventh atreet NELSO n HALL—Lovingston, Va.
DUNBAR*- 1901 Seventh street OPERA HOUSE-Bassett Va.
northwest FIELD ALE—Fields le, Va.
FRANKLIN—Rocky Mount Va.
Maryland. GATES—Portsmouth, Va.
MARYLAND —Hagerstown, Md. NATIONAL SOLDIERS* HOME—Na
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gAFlTOL—Cumberland, Md. MANHATTAN—NorfoIk, Va.
RECREATION HALL—lndian Head. IDLE HOUR—Petersburg. Va.
Md. RCLEI.—Kelee, Va.
UNIVERSAL—Shady Side, Md. NEW—Woodstock, Va.
LLOYD—South Cumberland, Md. STRAND—Strasburg, Va.
MARYLAND—Frederick, Md. NEW MARKET—New Market Va.
NEW—Elkton, Md. JEFFERSON—Brookneat Va.
TOME SCHOOL-Port Deposit. Md. CAMEO-Lawrenceville. Va.
MARADA—St Michaels, Md. ACHILLES HIGH SCHOOL-Bena,
GLOBE—Berlin, Md. LEE-JACKSON HIGH SCHOOL—
BETHESDA—Bethesda, Md. Mathews, Va.
"'«< Virginia.
EMPlßE—Poeomoke City, Md. BRlDGE—Petersburg, W. Va.
MARYLAND—Kituniller, Md. OPERA HOUSE—Piedmont, W. Va.
STATE—Westminster, Md. PRlNCESS—Lewlsburg, W. Va.
IMPERlAL—Brunswick. Md. BERKLEY—Berkley Springs, W. Va.
PALACE— Frostburg, Md. BRIDGE—Paw Paw, W. Va.
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Round Trip, 75c
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